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Mingre

Windows run function? [RESOLVED]

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Mingre

Hello AutoIt helpers,

Is there a way to open the Windows run without simulating Windows + 'r'? Or probably another way so that I can use the command line switches of some applications.

BTW, here's my script:

Send("{LWINDOWN}r")
    Send("{LWINUP}")

    Opt("SendKeyDelay", 0)

    $string = "sample string --command line"

    ClipPut($string)
    Controlsend("Run", "", "Edit1", "^v")
    Controlsend("Run", "", "Edit1","{ENTER}")

I use the ClipPut-and-paste method instead of control-sending the whole string because I'm afraid the string won't be sent accurately. (And it happened! My PC lagged for a while while executing the ControlSend() part, what happened was some of the characters were repeatedly sent.)

So back to my question, is there any other method available?

Thank you.

Edited by Lilbert

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Mingre

Apparently, there's this _RunDOS function I overlooked. LOL.

Sorry guys, it's my no-thinking-before-asking week. Problem solved.

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Mingre

$string = "sample string --command line"
Run($string)

I did try using that before but it didn't work until I realized just after you posted that I should've included the full path of the file. I was used to writing only the filename in the Windows run, so obviously my tests would fail me.

Thanks sir!

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jvanegmond

Sorry guys, it's my no-thinking-before-asking week. Problem solved.

Should I ask any of the moderators to revoke posting permission for a week? :huh2: It can be arranged.

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Mingre

Should I ask any of the moderators to revoke posting permission for a week? :huh2: It can be arranged.

LOL. Please just leave the decision to the moderators.

Thanks! Haha.

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